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Learning Resources Erupting Volcano Model Introduce kids to excitement by giving them Learning Resources Erupting Volcano Model. I...t's a self erupting volcano that does not require any assembly. It has a detailed cross section that shows the inside of the volcano. Age: 6 years and up Features No assembly required Easy to clean up Includes An easy-to-prepare lava recipe Clear plastic tray Removable tube Fact-filled activity guide Recommended Ages:6 – 10 read more

Reader's Digest
$9.99

Why does matter matter? What makes the earth quake? Why does the moon shine? With I Wish I Knew That: Science, kids will learn the... answers to hundreds of fascinating questions, alongside lighthearted illustrations and a bunch of experiments to make learning fun. Inside kids will find out everything they need to know about: Humans Animals Earth Weather and Climate Technology Space Chemistry Includes over 100 engaging illustrations!Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 2/2/2012Pages: 144Reading Level: Age 9 and Up read more

Thames & Kosmos
$49.95 $44.90

Thames & Kosmos Gyrobot Gyroscopes are used in countless devices. From smartphones, tablets, and video game controllers to air...planes and space telescopes, gyroscopes perform tasks ranging from the everyday to the extraordinary. With this kit, children can explore the astonishing powers of the gyroscope by building seven motorized models, including a robot that can balance on two linear wheels and move along a tightrope! Kids will learn about the physical science principles that keep the robot balanced, making it appear to defy gravity. By constructing seven different models with the motorized gyroscope unit, young engineers can experiment with and learn about the science of gyroscopic devices and the indispensable role they play in our lives. The models include the gyroscopic robot, a balancing personal vehicle, a gyro horizon (or artificial horizon), a gyrocompass, a balancing game, a tightrope walker, and a flight simulator. At the core of these models is a unique motor-driven gyroscope. A gyroscope is a rapidly spinning wheel mounted in such as way that its axle can move in any direction. Because of the laws of physics, the gyroscope reacts to external forces differently than a non-spinning wheel would: it resists forces in certain directions. This behavior allows it to be used for all sorts of applications related to balance, rotation, and orientation. Fun, hands-on experiments with the motorized gyroscope unit make these physical laws tangible and easier to comprehend. The word "gyroscope" comes from the Greek words gyro, for "circle" or "rotation," and skopeein, meaning "to see." The name was originally coined by a scientist who built the device in an experiment to see Earth's rotation. Although gyroscopes are used in very sophisticated devices, essentially they are simple mechanical instruments. A child's spinning toy top is a simple example of a gyroscope. A full-color, 24-page, illustrated experiment manual provides step-by-step assembly instructions and scientific explanations. 102 pieces.Product Measures: 14.5" x 3" x 11.5"Recommended Ages: 8 years and up read more

The Young Scientists Club
$19.99 $17.79

Young Scientists Club The Magic School Bus: Blasting Off with Erupting Volcanoes Ms. Frizzle and her students take Young Scientist...s on a wild ride while blasting off with erupting volcanoes. Young Scientists learn about the layers of the Earth, study tectonic plate movement, explore different volcanic shapes and eruptions, make real pumice float, create the ultimate "lava" mixture, paint and explode a volcano, and much, much more! This explosive kit includes a colorful poster with volcanic facts, pictures, and stickers. Seatbelts, everyone! Get ready to Blast off with Exploding Volcanoes! Why You'll Love It: Kids can build their own pumice float and lava mixture Age: 5 to 12 yearsFeatures Interactive toy Science-focused read more

Thames & Kosmos
$44.95 $40.40

Kick off a chain reaction of fun-filled experiments with this introductory chemistry set designed specifically for young kids. Jun...ior chemists can safely explore simple chemistry using the tools in this kit and common household substances from the kitchen, bathroom, and laundry room. Learn how to use basic chemistry equipment such as filters, test tubes, pipettes, and measuring spoons, and beakers. Make your own test tube racks out of plaster and learn about the chemical reaction that formed them. Conduct experiments to identify different chemicals using reactions, heat, evaporation, and crystallization. Examine the composition of inks and dyes with chromatography experiments, where colors magically separate from one another on a filter paper disk. Explore the properties of water, soaps, and oils. Experiment with acids and bases using indicators (pH strips and cabbage juice) to identify them. Make fizzy reactions with acids and bases to dissolve shells and inflate balloons. Discover the invisible gas carbon dioxide and its very visible effects. The full-color, 48-page manual guides inquisitive young chemists and their adult supervisors through safely conducting each of the 25 experiments. read more

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